Romanic

Romanic

[roh-man-ik]
adjective
1.
derived from the Romans.
2.
romance1 ( def 12 ).
noun
3.
romance1 ( def 8 ).

Origin:
1700–10; < Latin Rōmānicus Roman, equivalent to Rōmān(us) Roman + -icus -ic

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Romanic (rəʊˈmænɪk)
 
adj
Roman another word for Romance

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Romanic
"pertaining to Rome or the Roman people," 1708, originally in ref. to languages descended from Latin, from L. Romanicus, from Romanus "Roman" (see Roman).
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